Aural browsers

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Re. Aural Browsers

Postby rcrisler1 » Tue Apr 12, 2005 3:44 pm

You might try the Accommodation Resource Center in Mabel Lee Hall.

I also found links to the following online at the URL below:
Emacspeak, Web Talkster, Simply Internet 2000, Sensus - Free Aural browsers.
IBM Home Page Reader, JAWS, Conversay Voice Surfer - Commerical Aural browsers.
BrailleSurf - Braille browsers.

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